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turf sth out

UK informal
phrasal verb with turf uk   /tɜːf/  us   /tɝːf/ verb [T]
to get rid of a number of things or something large that you do not want: I turfed out a load of old shoes last week.
Translations of “turf sth out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 扔掉,拋棄…
in Chinese (Simplified) 扔掉,抛弃…
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